Ryanair forges agreement with OTA loveholidays

Ryanair and loveholidays delegates.
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Major low-cost airline Ryanair, has firmed a partnership with online travel agency (OTA) loveholidays.

This collaboration, announced on the 23rd of January, allows loveholidays’ customers to buy Ryanair flights, seats, and bags as part of their loveholidays package at Ryanair’s low prices.

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One standout feature of this collaboration is the commitment to transparent pricing. loveholidays pledges to display Ryanair’s authentic prices without any mark-ups, ensuring that customers are charged the exact amount without hidden costs.

Direct Access to myRyanair Account

Customers will have direct access to their myRyanair account, providing a centralized platform for all their travel-related queries and information.

This streamlined approach enhances customer convenience, empowering them with quick and easy access to their booking details and flight updates.

Flight Updates and Pre-Departure Information

loveholildays’ customers booking Ryanair flights through this partnership can expect timely and relevant communication.

Ryanair commits to delivering flight information directly to customers’ email addresses, including pre-departure details and terms and conditions.

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Protection from OTA Pirates

The collaboration addresses an issue which has been something of a thorn in Ryanair’s side in recent times – protection from OTA Pirate scams.

By partnering with Ryanair, loveholidays takes a stand against overcharges, hidden mark-ups, and the dissemination of fake customer contact and payment information.

This partnership not only guarantees affordability but also preserves loveholidays’ commitment to flexibility. Customers can still benefit from loveholidays’ flexible payment plans and ATOL protection, ensuring that their travel investment is safeguarded.

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Ryanair’s spokesperson Dara Brady said “We are pleased to announce this first OTA partnership with loveholidays, which will ensure that loveholidays’ customers can now book Ryanair flights, seats, and bags as part of their package.”

Brady emphasized the importance of protecting consumers from OTA Pirate scams, saying customers “will not be overcharged for flights, bags, or seats, they will receive flight updates directly from Ryanair and will also have direct access to their booking through their myRyanair account.”

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loveholidays’ Chief Marketing Officer, Al Murray, echoed the sentiment, highlighting the unique status of being the first approved provider.

“As the UK and Ireland’s largest and fastest growing OTA, we are delighted to be the world’s first Ryanair-approved package holiday provider.” Murray said.

“Our status as an approved Ryanair partner will ensure the process of booking and managing a Ryanair flight as part of a loveholidays package is seamless for customers; something no other package holiday provider can offer.

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Major low-cost airline Ryanair has forged a unique partnership with online travel agency (OTA) loveholidays.
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